What To Do If You Think An Executor Is Mishandling Funds From An Estate

29 April 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

When a loved one has passed away, their estate must be dealt with. This means typically one person is appointed the executor or trustee of their estate and is now responsible for dividing up the existing assets to the beneficiaries. For the most part, this is a straightforward act and usually no problems arise. However, there are times when the executor or trustee might be mishandling the funds from the estate and potentially stealing money or even selling off assets that don't belong to them. Read More 

Mistakes To Avoid After Being Charged With A Serious Criminal Offense

31 March 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being charged with a criminal offense can be scary and stressful. Thus, it is not surprising that many people make some serious errors in this type of situation. It is important to remember that a person is innocent until proven guilty — how you react after being charged with a criminal offense can make a big difference in your outcome after you go to court. Taking the proper steps after being arrested and charged with a crime will improve the chances of a good outcome. Read More 

Stop Abusive Lawsuits From Destroying Your Small Business

3 March 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Abusive or frivolous lawsuits have the ability to cripple the finances of even large, well established businesses. The impact that these meritless lawsuits can have on a small to medium business is even more damaging. In fact, a single frivolous lawsuit has the ability to put many small business owners out of business completely. Thankfully, while you may not be able to stop an overly litigious individual from filing an abusive suit against you, there are steps that you can take to help minimize the impact this type of lawsuit will have on your business while also ensuring that your small business does not become an easy target for someone looking to cash in by filing a frivolous claim. Read More 

How to Decide if You Need to Hire a Debt Consolidation Attorney

29 January 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being in debt is a common but overwhelming problem. It's often difficult to know where to start when you're attempting to handle the bills that you owe to multiple creditors. In some cases, a debt consolidation attorney can point you in the right direction and work to reduce the amount of money you owe. How do you know if you need to consult a trained lawyer to help you settle your debts? Read More 

Top Signs You Should Hire A Real Estate Tax Attorney

4 January 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

There are many lawyers who provide real estate-related services. Some attorneys help with running title searches or assist their clients with closing on a new home, for example. There are also real estate attorneys who focus more on property tax-related matters. These are a few signs that you might need to hire one of these attorneys. You've Purchased a Property That Has Unpaid Taxes If you are thinking about purchasing a property that has unpaid taxes, or if you have already done so, then you might need some legal assistance. Read More